Enhanced Cooling Pushes the Gemballa Mirage GT Past the Limits

By: Andrew Robichaud - Published: Jun 19, 2009 • References: flylyf & swipelife
Gemballa has taken another Porsche model and tuned it into an automobeast. The Mirage GT is a drool-worthy sight to begin with but it’s a minor (major…just not in comparison to other things) feature that makes this baby roar.

Gemballa tuned the model to have more functional ducts for interior cooling (longer drive, use full power). The air-flow management is in the form of a front apron with air inlets for the front coolers, Gemballa’s own bonnet and front wings and side skirts with integrated air inlets that cools down the brakes.

With these fantastic features the car can perform at the level which is was intended to. With the wind, you can get full usage out of the 670hp that the Mirage GT has to offer. Stats for Wind-Speed Supercars Trending: Older & Mild
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